“You don’t always need a plan. Sometimes you just need to breathe, trust, let go, and see what happens.” ~ Mandy Hale
Hello and thank you for taking the time to visit my blog. I certainly hope that you enjoy your visit to Aimless Wondering and feel benefited by reading my various blog posts covering a range of topics covering most aspects of my life. I have designed and developed this website in order to share with you, my audience an expansive look at the details which make me feel human. Over the last decade I have been actively using social media to communicate with friends and loved ones however I have always wanted to expand upon my points of view and status of well-being, so therefore a blog was a logical step. Please feel free to look at any of my regularly updated content, along with liking, sharing and commenting upon my thoughts. I will always appreciate to see your thoughts on my considerations, my experiences and lifestyle.
As many people are aware twelve months ago I had my first day of an Occupational Therapy placement. This was part of my solitary year of studying the health and social care vocation at the University of Derby. I am grateful for the support and warmth...read more
The first of my day trips out via public transport in order to give me more confidence and independence after a turbulent 2018. Visiting the market town of Newark on Trent for the first time and assessing the places I visited. Travel done on Friday 1 February 2019.read more
WARNING: This is a local blog post for local people. The League of Gentlemen is the stolen title of a comedy troupe who made their names in the latter part of the 1990s. Unlike the comedy stars of the decades before Steve Pemberton, Reece Shearsmith, Mark Gatiss met...read more
We are all faced with choices and opportunities to do something that we feel will make us happy through our lives. This may be pursue a relationship, travel to a new place, move house, take up a new hobby, make new friendships among many other things. For...read more
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